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Top Company 2011 finalist: GTRI

Global Technology
Resources Inc.
Years in business: 13
Location: Denver
CEO: Greg Byles (watch an interview on ColoradoBiz TV)
Employees: 150
Company snapshot
: GTRI is a consulting-solutions integrator with IT expertise serving enterprise, federal and state government, health care, educational and other markets nationwide.
Notable practices: This year alone GTRI has developed numerous cutting-edge solutions. Cisco Systems awarded GTRI the Federal Healthcare Partner of the Year and Outstanding Customer Solutions Partner of the Year for the West in March. GTRI also provides guidance, support and testing for medical-device companies going through the regulatory submission process. Clients who maintain their service support contracts with GTRI are provided with a free service that allows them to manage their computer network inventory and accurately track maintenance contracts using an online tool.
Community involvement: GTRI supports a variety of nonprofits and other charitable organizations. Focus areas include social welfare, health care and education. Employees are granted paid time off each year to participate in a charitable endeavor within GTRI's network of partners. GTRI's Matching Gifts Program takes employees' community contributions and doubles the amount. Gifts of $25 or more are matched dollar-for-dollar up to $250 per employee annually. GTRI is engaged in charitable activities with numerous organizations including: Denver Options, The Children's Hospital, Colorado Youth for a Change, Denver Health, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado, The Denver Rescue Mission, National Veteran Wheelchair Games, Wounded Warriors, Habitat for Humanity, and the Women's Vision Foundation.

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